How to remove stains or spots from our clothes, a carpet, furniture or wood is always a mystery : there are so many materials that can be stained (cotton, wool, nylon, …) and so many materials that can stain (ink, grease, wine, chocolate, ketchup, …) !
For given staining and stained materials, there are also sometimes various techniques to remove the stain.
This is all clearly disturbing and Claudine, a French specialist who wrote bestseller books about cleaning and stain removal, shares with you here her best advice for solving your issue.
As time passes, this website will contain more and more articles to help you find the most precise solution to your stain problems.
But remember that, whatever the advice and the stain, it is impossible to predict if your stain will finally be totally gone or not : you will have to try to see if the advice works ! and try it before on a hidden part of the stained material …
Good luck on your mission !
Some interesting tips and tricks for stain removing
- Removal of beer stains
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- How to remove chocolate stains
Tips to easily remove a chocolate stain from your cloth, be the stain dry or not, with milk, white or dark chocolate. You won’t regret now to have young children. Continue reading
- Removal of sweat and perspiration stains
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- How to remove glue stains
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- How to remove butter or oil stains
Effective tips to remove oil or butter stains : very common stains that stick to your shirt, trousers or skirts and that seem unpossible to get rid of. Here our best tricks to treat them. Continue reading